The Water Crisis

The Problem Is Massive

Globally, 785 million people lack even a basic drinking-water service¹That’s over twice the population of the United States! Drinking contaminated water can transmit diseases and back in 2017 nearly 1.6 million people died from diarrheal diseases²

1/3 of those were children under the age of 5

Let's End Thirst For These 785M People.

We have everything we need to bring basic access to clean drinking water to everyone on the planet.  We’re committed to doing just that.   After achieving our goal of border-to-border water access in Liberia, we’ve set our sights on the world.  Our first stop…the Asia Pacific Islands of Fiji, Solomon Islands, and Marshall Islands.  

1 in 9 lack access to safe
clean drinking water

Water + Safety

Without a nearby safe water source, women and children make multiple trips daily walking countless miles and spending hundreds of hours fetching their drinking water from dangerous polluted water sources.

Water + Education

Children, often young girls, are kept from going to school to collect the dirty and contaminated water that frequently induces water-borne illness causing students to fall behind from missing classes.

Water + Poverty

Ultimately, when the children do not attend school, they are not prepared to work outside of the home. Unable to earn an income, they remain in a cycle of poverty.

Water + Health

Among the top ten leading causes of death in the world is diarrhea, estimated to have accounted for 1.5 million deaths in 2012, the majority of these deaths were preventable by having access to clean water.

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